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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 January 1851

* w . " a , a '" ..aer Fo r 1ava am semaeniCre f. N 01 rRVOUS DISEASES, A tiCi hich are aused by an Im. - pire wekenttor unchealthiy condition or the. aANE R V OU SY ST E M. Tii I utifuIeand conrvenient apilicaton of thce m. rius power of CALVANIS. an M AON ETISMas been pohpuncedI b sutnguise phe -sicjiians, both in urop h nd th. isCted SIates, to be c a mre byauI. ed aldiscovery of the . cige. . rs oHRISTIE'S GALVANIO BELT and IIZAGNETIC FLUID, is used 'with the most peafect and certain success in all tases of GENERAL DEBILITY, Strengthening the weakened body, giving tone to the arious o is, nul invigorating the entice system. Also in FITS, MitAi, P.ARAi.YSIS and PALSY. DY)SPP. -IA or i DIGESTIoN. JIJIEUMATISM, ACUTE and * ClIRONit., OO(.UT1, F.I'li.FPSY, l.U\i1AO, DE:AF ''N'SS.,eNER1VOUS TitE0l:llt8, P'ALPIT'ATION OF HF. 1IEAltT, APOI'LEXY, NEUIIAI.OiA, PAINS -n the SIDE and CII ST. LIVER COMPLAINT, RrPiNAI. - CO.\PhAINTP, and C~LItVATUltE of the SPINE, HIP COMPL.AINT, DI)l'ASESI ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 January 1851

For thec Remioval andI Ptermatnent Cure of il AnlNERVOUS DISEASES, Adof those Ct..pl tinits whicix are camaxeal by an im. pairedl, weakenedx~x or xaixtie t!, condhition~ of the Thmis beautiful nxoi cxtvxextirt apjplicatin oft tlent m. terioun pxx,'xx's ofi Ul.' V~ . N JMSJtlt nd MAN l:TJ .'N hne -beenx pxrtfononcedx ly ,tJ rii giiJd d JI )8*('i.888(., bo8th in1 " Europe axnd the 8 ',.,t.d !:tal8e;, to be thu most, xralaje smrdicinxat disc,,,,, y~ tI (!e .'lxF*. Dr. OHRISTIV^S GALVANIG BELT BIAGNE'I'IC FLUID, Is usedl tir the mxit Jeffect 8888! certain success in2 all v ases of GE"N~i~ftA 1. DI:1I1LITY, Nxxoigthexxisa 1,, the w'okgxvx', 1itly, giving loine to the varou 1084crgati, xi- ixi i(.aiui88 the entireC system. AIxo In FI'S. CLA%11'. P JtIt.'i,g nol l'.1,1'Y. lxvsJ'a.:r. SIA ox JNI)Jx ;Ex' JUoN. J8JIJ:P.,TJ''St, Al:T:''F and ( II RON ic, 'iti 1'I', H'! .H'SY, 1.8' 'iitu t o. 1)FAFv. NESS, NE:lV'OtIt '"l.Nli~ts. I'.'xJ.l'ITATION (xIF THEi. I trr, Al 'i :1XV.NEiAJ.W;A, l'AINtI} ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 January 1851

IA. .. ..IC ARFO, dior L. V. UM RVLE, . . NAR2, 8'.. I r ..vA. S.DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN IGHlTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SINEADTl FAO. . 0.SIC4tIO, dior WMl. J1. FRANCIS, Proprietor. 011 O 4 : > VL Y.SIJMT EIIVILLE r, S. C. JANUTARY 22, 18~1.U.F 7'wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars tnd Fifty-cents at the ex iration of six months,-or Three Dollars at ;he end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara s6 are pal, unless at the option of the Proprietor. ilTAdvortisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. -. Tl'Ihe number of insertions to be mark ed on all Alvertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 1170 e Dollar per square for a single nsertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tiseinonts 'vill be chargod the acme as a single usertion, and semi-nbnthly the salne as now ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Co:nmunications recomme...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 January 1851

-r do - At this period when so much anxiety pre. vails respoctiig the fate of Sir John I rank. lin, every thig relatin to the Polar re gious in of It he [allowing sketch IY ne of the t. t ltilitw 'have ever heard. On serene evo gn the midille of Au gust.17 Cap1Warrens,ithe master of the ( nlai :Whs.selh0i,,1tnd him self beenlmed among a' immense ainier oficebergs, in about 7: degrees of north ,atitude..- One side, and within a mi'e of ihis.'i"ssel, theso were closely wedged to. eflwr, 1ad i Huccesnsion of snow.tolnred peaks appeared behind each other as far as the. ' oud reach, showing that the ocean - - mpltel--blocked up-in that quarter, a 'nd that. it had probably been so for a long * ,.: ~U3UA1t"d. Capialdt?Varretnc did not c a:itu'rogtheresatistied with his situatuion; but there being no wind lie could not move -' fi rw fy r the other, and he therefore kept ayst et wa h nlowing that he would be - * mf -as e4nigrs the icebergs continued in e their respectivp >laces. b rfltrmi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 January 1851

etallist customner, andl pas-ti hit attZdr over his chin, ho cribd oitj?' Wl'at wouId I.not givo to have at tilis tonient: the heal ut Goneral CastellUdI as I have yours? I should soon settlie his busi. e. "' The next morning at an early hour, to then grent mmamuenent of perrugnier Who should he seen but General Cas. tellan himself approaching his door, fol lowedI us usual by a mounted orderly! The grderal never appears hut in fuil tress, anl decorated with all his orders; and this is so invariably the Case that the saine story Was told of him whoat he oommandetl in Perpignan: that was re tated of the laird-of Ottmbiedskiea and psis lacked cocked lat--asumely, that he does to bed with thorn. De tiat as it tnauy, the general dinmounted from his horse, enterel the shop, and sat down in ho thah- set apart for customers. "I understand, my good friend,' said he to he gaping harber, "that you have ox pressri a wirh to have my head be. tween your hsands. Be so good as to shave tle.' The nf...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 January 1851

From English Papers, per Niagara. ;I4 A 8 u n g Affray. n the 8th of December, her Ma Segouiser larpy, Liout. Wilcox, N., cuinitig in the English Chan tie near Batffeur, chased and captur ec a smuggling wherry, the William and Mary of Portsmouth, after firing ,everal round shot and making her destroy the cargo of contrahand s1pir twlhich she had on board on chase eing given. Lieut. Wilcox then called for volunteers to man the wherry, removed the smugales just captured to the Harpy, and tYen des : patched the prize, well armed and sppped, to ei-uise in mid-channel, o intercept other smugglers. On the following day the prize described and chased a French vessel standing for the English coast, and on comini up to her the officer in charge found - her to be the Petit Jules, French cutter, with eight Frenchmen and three Englishmen on board. They n along side on board, in the - most gallant manner; but, although w e Frenchman was shot through the oulder, they were repulsed and one or the ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 January 1851

F -,,k- - ~4* J "t t-i DEVOTEI) TO SOUTHIERhN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCTENCE AND TI TS i Ab & G: RICH4RDSON, Editor. ~ aANV1S, Proprietor. 60 -41% OtI $IXC at." S1'L. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. C. JANUARY 29, 1S51. 'ten Dofetats in advance, Two Dollars t ifty.cents at the exiration of six onhs, or Three Dollars at the end of the ., Jo paper disoetlamed auntil all arreara tare psa , anlese at the option of the dvertisemente inserted at 75 ctn. uquare; (t4 linos or less,) for the first half that sun for each subsequent Insertion. 'uIThe numberof insertions to be mark on all dvertisements or they will be piublished until ordered to be discontinued, aUd charged accordingly. iOne Dollar per square for a single Tuertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tasients will be charged the sanme as a start 6 nsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Coumunications recoinmending C ndidates for public oflices or trust-or put ng Exhibitions, ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 January 1851

ti. DEV OrT L)To SOThERIN RIGIITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LTERATURE SCIEN $ Gl THEADSN dto. SIM J. RACI&S O , Prop itor . y0 -t1~ 011 . - d' ll ;';L. V. SIMTERIVILLE, S. Co. JANUJARY 29, ISO'. 6 Ten Dollrs in advance, Two lolars aid Fifty-cents at the expiration of six 4onths, or Three Dollars at the end of the No paper discontinued until all arrenra gets are ptde aunless at the option of the Proprietor. 0-TAdvertisements inserted at. 75 ets. per square, (14 linos or less,) for the first and half that sum for each snbsequent insertion. UTI'hhe number of insertions to be mark edon all Advertisements ar they will be pabliished until ordered to be discont inued, and charged accordingly. STOne Dollar per square for a single lisertion. Quarterly ani Monthly Alver tisemnent's will be charged the s:isne as a single nsertion, and serni-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comunnications recmnmiiemldinig Candidates for public otices or trust-or puffaig Ex...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 January 1851

tbe~vep pthk the.National in. _telli e '+t otsd ait'bdle ibvoadside ting per, to the Stao e f .South ' h. t- pti Dee 's -disdta t'llr the storisko it'sllissera tio:' Iet d inatteriof propriotr, s ,wiell 'as cer nlen, t eparat- use caeof South CaVsl na.tr , t it oe'theriAtes whi have given'evh.o eNof'disontent witb ition in the Union.'" '"It is a nJ1,' sTopriety, as well as.of conven. fon bljoKiaM L e'oer'trut'h; and accord. mg -ti work, without reganilo otrut r . if e4,I "to separate the .caqe of South Cealina from that-of other States." ''he'die ostent" ofSouth Carolina, does n cases commen'tothe Withole o; Aesnet.ise from the notion of L ral Gavermnt. Iieoppressive tarf' Bt28-ite base perfidy in over In -t'he-Conmpromise'tariff of 8v8 by [(tof 1842-its curee -trnd internal -imeir iemenstohemes, to enrich the North, ;and control rand subject the South-and dastl$-As gigantie measures.ef oebbery and -wrong, pased at. the JAst cession -of Con. gre by whioh the South is denied any porn...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 January 1851

ItI gf nocpunl 'f ting glont -06r hi i leih ctaent dtiee .s 'model hettI .'ef She hItidi)-E'fruae the, icapunb. ,T~rh !-P k- !'C( 1V; ,AGRATrION. The dt .~Imrjen lotI a firgt disiev 'bred tb bt en ;io at il V'ehlel Xyestertitay 'forenootn 43light cttl# 'or s1nttik 'hr cd 'from -th 'rttrh 6ot left haul wing 'of the 1bbildingy over the ladies' dopartnien, htear 'the portico,.betwen .the lio W egeVbsof the 'ooft. 1ifa few. mitautpthih t6ekb penfted 'from the eaves a1l Mtound thefroiit ,pertico. BAs this was so muoh in saviib'rbtihe nmaiin building, it 'tvrb -tt fta~t hought Onit the *amou'dering Wit -tedhid b,,Jeks 'onquer. 'ed. ' s* 4 Oih N$.s ht:l wIi. rom~ -A li'khe tvli'lb ><ingofk lra~&t s ite 'the hinl4lttg aim pd r~ 4o t ' to 'de of amei ' hbsvily 'over tirMiw and iiset liosed space 'iwhieit ftleticm 'stoil 'on the 49of that they wete barely able to breathe tir 'ee, the fierce famos burst fnrth all around then beating then diroctty" ito the hotax:; -fnd' hey were final...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 January 1851

a 141 :Alother ; lueitions d l ificance in comparison ation olit hmoion.' This s . 'ofthe Mobile Advertiser. ornaked unconcealed t submission which has not e eton.. wa ued "to aifet a virtue whetukf. .its. ot;' which scons the thin. ilee new ultimatums and ppetive '.fghting lines and stands tlidtt native deformity. Our scour honor, our equality. 4lhriies, all sink into insignificance, In .aom rison with the preservation of the a This Is undoubtedly the timent of the great mass of submis. ij litoiIans. There are some who . i ftbelieve that the cup of oppres. not yet f il, end who intend to t oh the happening of the next rsaston, but with a large proportion thqse whoa'o not now ready for action, the day of resistance will never come. TheVyare for the Union at all hazards, as or immeasurably greater importance inall beside We cannot too often I lftkihe ne ry of such men with p pphetio words from tho speech on. Robert Toombs, on the 27th of f sbruary last. -"'This cry of Union is the ma...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 February 1851

1' IM DEVOTED To JOJIENIHS DMCAYNWLTERATUR1E, ~,J 81. RIXCJI4t.DSON, Editor, 1r .1n JRA1ICt$iSopretot. $w tib VOL. V. SIJIYTE'RVILLEL, S. C. PfRUARY 12., 1S1. . Tr'o Dollars in advance, Two Doltar and 1F ifty-cents at the exiration of si. nonths, or Three Dollars at die end of the :year. N. paper diacoitinuod until all frreara. egaro paid, unless at the option of the firopriotor. ST'Advertisements intserteil at to ets, fir square, (12 lines or less,) for the first aid hldf that sum for each subsequent insertion. lT The number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisene'its or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. .TOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisenents vill be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-mont.hly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications tecommending Candi'lates for public oilicas or trust.-or pitling Exhibitions, will be charged a...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 February 1851

'4 "?Ind thole . o torgia eithqr led or fo ark out by aroi .heei ir khe mnitd,4to Itc :4' Whereas, we are still Apoosrat in 'Uilon, a1d occupyiig * t vinble posion,' we virttiaLL ) ld the exedution of the laws t no t teIuses, whili are thus plIsd. i he wrong, while we tire in the right posture. The actual positidn a fr hir'al1ivthe importance of ucti a tdling t(the dictates ofour cornm)i e'fst, ititead of following tyjd rush exam le o South Carolind." SaU)?J blican. Iladte Sti, of Georgia, including (!suhi.il sadiif',nd the whole South, followe~themitielo-bfSouth Carolina, the Soull hwhold-nothave had to deplore, this, d y, thsp wrongs and degradations (hifet d' bv thre'oompromises of last winter. Without the aid of the suebmis. sid h'Oijrty, South, and their faithful Representatives in Congress, the North wouldtever have dared to plunder the Sniith of her Territorial rights, bought fith' her money and her brood; nor to ttck the right to buy and sell South. ern property In the D.ip ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 February 1851

hat they havo nchieved a great vi lofy,9v. Yr their New"Yotk n, and are' d. Yrenely elated, The remainder of tl was occupied by the transactiol of 1i elnt businieus -relating to the torritori d; IT being impossible, fU various reasons to publish the narmesof all tho lnenbors of the Southorn Right Association in one nun 'ber of our paper, we have compelled to pub. lish themn in two or three numbers. The following, however, completes the lists makting in all 540 names. W. W. Brown, Jo. .1. Ilarvin, -J. B. Iieks, E. AeCl:ark, It. P. AMves, John McClark, 'J. C. W it hterl3 o, Jnm B. Brogdon, II. G. Casselr, W. W. Newman, -Jas. Bra'siey. R. l. 'ringle, W. W. Bradley, S. R. Weston, -Jas. Cooper, G. al. Harrington, D. J. Muse, Al. Clark, J. 11. Cooper, D. McQueen, 'S. D. M. Lacoste, John Newman, Al. A. MAuldrow, Jas. B. Brunson, J. G. AlcItosh, II. Seymore, Wesley McCoy, L. Seymore N. M. Lewis, M. lBrogden, Wn. Mathis, S. W. Davis, S. G. Al. Clark. J. N. Lenoir, B. Anlerson, Ishami Aloore,...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 February 1851

*~S'Atgoaey. S4ue cobrp a 1tyr frm e. -iaarrival thmere - pk4 agsfactory one. TttO~I~h. .ithhe~ had been tru 41 r~fe~~JlY~d~ tilins, who erected, a a ictl nain Flint had ~ dgger, but could imakeo ng here. was ..n. regular sa1 lat kept In Nvorda except ~ gtuc'tC':nniigham; and the T &j~t Goafor& and wvho liv Imi Diublin, had been dead Thmis aa diuheartoninig and t1'nough; and, a if to give our 1mt ttte lient the coup de grace, Mrs 27;nTiotiarched into the office ,mt, aifter 5 Lad read it, to say that, hava En ifered t usby Lady Seyton forgoplanations with respect to a state. rqbpnimade bya Mr. Edward Chilton to the IoIoabeJae Kingston, for whlom they.. the A~esars. Jackson, wore now act-] ngJby which it appeared that thme said e~iiof Syton heMr. Jackson, uinior, would be happy to hear whiat I had ag inh subject. It needed but 'ti s. Cftois had, as I feared he wvoumld, afterdiodiang we had been conmsulted, sold rJiimderettdoubtless advantageously, to thme Heti-tulaw. There wva...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 February 1851

[IEdinburh JouraL. g *ft uRAttorney. 'J e, co'ursQ a letter fromn ftc ' er hir arrival there but o.: ;jfactory one. tt m oh nve-tone hind been tru. 4e~fle d Mulliims, who erected e a o1h ite atg-tabl. ma Flint had '~bYheta gr'avedigger, but could make t n ni There. was no regulr a& tbt kept in words except it o ~ip g' to C'.nningham; and the 1 Wh '"g'Vbuli Gosfod, and who liv h1ui, In Dublin, had been dead .This was disheartening and ch renough; and, as if to give our t t;ate client the oup de grace, Mr, JadiestJunior marched into the office juot ;after I had read it, to say that, hav. it$r Miten referred to us by Lady Seyton for explanations with respect to a state. imienit made by a Mr. Edward Chilton to h&e lonorablo James Kingston, for whom they, the Messrs. Jackson, were now act . ,;ing, by which it appeared that the said Pul .H tforablo James Kingston was, in fact, h e:;ars;of. Seyton, he, Mr. Jackson, junior, would be happy to hear what I had , ay,, pethe subject. It ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 February 1851

1 a +SeiS. 'ra ... .r"da;Cxi'V.+gWx,:'r.. .m'!. '41 "aa'IV 7FSM" W"'.+"'nlrkxN!yiRaN.1761i:.rh0".r"Idi/swT+r .;cv .w;YaNMOwa?'K i"l.R ea ,. DEVOTED TO SOTJTIIEBN-RIGIITS, DEMOCRACY, JN]WS, LITERATURE, 1 1 n. J. FRANC 1.81 Propri Itor: a Q Oa-a1Yy, Our , tfis ; noo. V VOL. V, SUM.TERVILLE, S. Co FEBRUARY 19, 1' Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars %nd Fifty-cents at the ex iration of six enonths, or Three Dollars at tIe end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara aes are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. lrrAdvertisemonts inserted at 75 cts. lper square, (12 Mines or less,) for the first and half tJiat sum: for each subsequent insertion. tr'The number of insertions to be mark. ed oni all Advertisements or they will be publiayaed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. TOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements will be charged the same as a .single nsertion, and semni-monthly the same as new ones. All...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 February 1851

ronesy of Preed. The New Qiloans Bee, which we inti nated, a goo while ago, to be a rather arosy pI seg b n. an.ne or two articles latl oI1n,,., facetious. WVe are tglad to i:But the Bee han conceived * _ the curiousidea theti we are behind the timee: * at'n d nouncing the acmpromise, as wettnibe iticidentally to do, we are oP Isa scheme which has not only re. ceivo4..th sanction of Congress, but the p n ntblat the eyes of the country are now tytrned to other thinigs. N e think the Bee evinces a deficiency of recut intelligence not to be accounted for by the fact that it is located at the end of be4eje, ph The-Boeit seams, has not hearithiat. the States of Massachusetts, New York andOhlio; have thus fur failed to elect Senators to Congress, front the unset tied condition of their Legislatures on this "Very setfierrient. Nor does this proceed frap1 the opposition of a few otlponents of it ir these tatee, for in fact the comprnni. aers ar so few that they are only able to act'ii'Opoli...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 February 1851

Jus i aived5 The suwbscriber hats just roeivetd, and Is unw opaning the largest and best oleteted Stock, that. wabts over ofer el for sade in this places consistivg . of Drug M ledicinesy, Dve stuff=, Painty,. Wausl o3 wimtlow lahln,'Puitty,'PIttnts Qils,1 &q. and a f'ull assortnnt of French Per: fumoty, Fanev articlos of every description, and every artil tit is nsttally found in a ]rng'Storo. * All brders frot the country. promptly attended to. A supply ofGardcn Beeds. - - 6000 Spanish' Segars formale by .R. 8. 31ELLET T. Ne'.In1, 185 1 ~1 5I 0 . K HI .A QU ARTERS, Coluntbia, 121h Feb- uary, 18A5. U LINTON BROWNof Barnwell. Samu el Sparks. Jr. of Darlington, WV. M. Bratton of Fairtiold, Bernard G. Rice of Union, Williamm.(naston Allen of Ieanfort, W. Blackburn Wilson of York, Michael Whaley of Chrtrleston, Arlemus T. Good wyn if 'Orarngehurr. Sam'l Alston of Fair field, Carver Rirndull of Chester, Sebastian Sumter of Sunmter. William \Vilhians of Abbeville, havinr heen appoint...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 February 1851

This;Apostle t a born at Bethsai a city df Galilee Situated on th< os'f the Lake G' nnesareth, call e 'also the sea oftGalIee, and some timke tlie Lakoof Tiberias. The par *i t~4 timo dthis great A postle'i birtlidninot be.known, the Evange it, "d ther writers among the rijntivo iristians, having been si Sdthe sub ect. it is pretty cer Ro ver that he was at least tet' yqa 'older than his Divine Mas t r;1ti& circumstances of his being 4 and in a settled course o he first became a followo: of' i i essiah, and that authority and' respect which the gravity of hi f, person procured him among the res of thg. Apostles, sufficiently declare this conjecture to be just. He was called by his parent Simoi or Simeon, a name common at tha time among the Jews. But after he became a disciple of the blessed Je - ,, .uo, the additional title of Cephu ,vas conferred upon him by his mast er, to. denote the firmness of his faith 'ic word Cephus in the Syriac, (thl common language of the jews at t...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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